These are along the west and south coast where gusts up 130km/h (80mph) are expected.
STORM Brendan is set to batter our region with very strong winds as residents are warned of travel disruption..
"There is a significant risk of coastal flooding due to the combination of high spring tides and storm surge".
The warning is valid from 7am on Monday until 3pm on the same day.
The wind warning will remain in place until 9pm tomorrow evening.
Warnings were in place from the Met Office from 4am until 6pm, covering Dumfries and Galloway, Stirlingshire and up towards the Highlands.
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Forecasters are predicting that winds will reach speeds of up to 54mph in Portsmouth and will be strongest in the evening.
Flood warnings were issued on Sunday for two areas - Keswick campsite in Cumbria and a stretch along the River Nene east of Peterborough - as well as 61 alerts for possible flooding elsewhere. She said the strongest of the winds will impact the morning rush hour in the west while the impact will be felt on the eastern side of the island in the afternoon.
"Gusts of 40 to 50 mph are expected quite widely inland, with exposed coasts and hills having gusts of around 60 mph, perhaps locally 70 mph".
The Met Office warns there is some risk of delays to road, rail, air and ferry transport as well as a danger of power outages.
Ms Dillon said the winds would only gradually ease on Monday with and another band of unsettled weather would follow on Tuesday bring sleet and even snow to higher ground.